9th November 2015
The value of Webinars and Dr José A Rodriguez-Arroyo

A benefit of being enrolled onto my professional doctorate EdD program is being invited to take part in Webinars streamed across the world. I was appreciative of my tutor sending out an invite to all last week. Altering sleep and work patterns slightly to be ‘in sync’ with Mexico proved to be extremely useful in order to listen in … Continue reading The value of Webinars and Dr José A Rodriguez-Arroyo

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3rd May 2016
The importance of positivity, inner belief, vision and the silent voice. 

Developing my interest in post-humanist and interpretivist views in educational research is so enthralling that sometimes I become too consumed in what I am absorbing and do not write. As we loom into the May beginning of an eventful 2016 year I think back to advice from respected mentors and lecturers to write often and succinctly for clarity.  I … Continue reading The importance of positivity, inner belief, vision and the silent voice. 

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15th October 2016
POSITIONALITY PIT STOP…A.K.A ‘KEEPING IT REAL’

The excerpt found in the picture above is taken from Stein’s (1998) interpretation of words from the late Professor Stuart Hall into the concept of a topic that is close to my heart. I could write an enlightening post on this but the best place for this is on my reflective blog This blog post instead is marking the notable … Continue reading POSITIONALITY PIT STOP…A.K.A ‘KEEPING IT REAL’

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7th May 2016
My Manifesto: Why and how to persevere through the journey of being Educational Doctorate researcher?

I am returning from a fabulous few days of being stimulated and stimulating a great network of doctoral researchers, supervisors and lecturers. Being firmly established now onto my Doctorate journey,   I have  prepared a manifesto of seven ‘magical number’ points around the topic ‘Why and how to persevere through the journey of being an Educational Doctorate (EdD) researcher?’ …who says manifesto’s should only … Continue reading My Manifesto: Why and how to persevere through the journey of being Educational Doctorate researcher?

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31st October 2015
Heutagogy

A eureka ‘I didn’t know that! moment comes from my analysis of an article read from the journal of research in learning technologies by German researcher Blaschke (2014). On first thoughts it is a fantastic study that raises many questions as I critique the ethical implications here…However I slightly digress towards another inference that social … Continue reading Heutagogy

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